In Memory

Larry Hagen

Larry Hagen

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11/29/16 12:47 PM #1    

Neil Bovey

Sorry, Sorry to hear this.

11/29/16 03:25 PM #2    

Diane Heckman (Broers)

My sincere sympathies to Wendy and family. Larry was a good guy and will be missed by many.

Diane Broers (Heckman) 

11/30/16 07:23 AM #3    

Sandra Jurechka (Baumgartner)

We sure wil miss Larry at our Class luncheons. 

My thoughts and prayers go out to Wendy and her famiy as she goes through this most difficult time.

11/30/16 12:47 PM #4    

Thomas James


Larry will be missed. 

I'm so sorry for your loss.

11/30/16 03:03 PM #5    

Mike Wadsworth

Dear Wendy: I am so very sorry about your loss. I hesitated to send to you the following memory of Larry, but the scene is so clear in my mind that I feel compelled to describe it to you. I was in the seventh grade at Washington School. The night before Halloween a group of us from Washington School gathered near the school to trick or treat, with the emphasis on trick. There must have been at least ten of us who had slipped out of our homes after dinner saying we were going to the library, or choir practice, or whatever. I don't remember all the members of our little group, but I clearly recall  Lee Potts, Pat Dixon, and Larry.  We were probably  joined by John Helen, Larry Wislop, Norm Greiser, and Richard Starnes. Larry spoke up as we were gathering and said, "....let's call Pat 'Daddyo', and we'll call Mike (meaning me) 'assistant Daddyo' ". Well, I felt honored. I was the Assistant. So off we went with soap and rattitats in hand. I must say we did a good job of soaping the windows and scaring people out of their wits with our rattitats. I never forgot Larry's timely suggestions that night so long ago. If seventh graders today gathered at night to soap windows in Southern California, they would be arrested and charged with "gang activity". I guess what I'm saying is that we had some very good times in Dixon in those early days. I'll never forget them. I'll never forget Larry.        MW

12/01/16 12:44 PM #6    

Mary Ann Stein (Pettenger)

Wendy, we never know when God is going to take our loved one home.  What a shock it was to receive this news.  My prayers go out to you and your family.  Especially at this holiday season, keep in mind the beautiful Christmas Larry is going to have in Heaven.  We are traveling and I can't be there but you are in my thoughts.  God's Blessings and Comfort be there for you and your family in the future.

Mary Ann (Stein) Pettenger & Roger

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